Brooklyn >Doc Wine Bar Inc
“Romantic,great place,cozy atmosphere.”
“Luckily the other two waiters were very nice and friendly - we were given a dessert menu (upon request) and he took our order - dessert wine (moscato d'asti, yum!)”
“cool place to enjoy great food and wine”
“And the special cheese course is delicious as well (love that truffle cheese!)”
“The menu is diverse and the food is excellent.”
“If they could cure this problem, it would be a perfectly great place for the evening!”
“would go back to Doc wine bar any time because great food and great people makes for a great time.”
“great staff, great atmosphere and great wine for the right price !”
“Have a glass of cannonau and don't forget the tirimisu, it's the best I've ever had, and I'm not a huge tirimisu fan, either.”
“i've been there again on friday after a long time and i forgot how brilliant this place is.”
Great food, great wine, great staff, great find. Extremely authentic. DELICIOUS!!!! A romantic wine bar, is like dining in Italy without traveling, the place can get very busy but the food and service is always first rate.A nice personal touch with the owners, husband and wife, coming out into the dining room and meeting every table...Very unique!! WE LOVED IT.
Very romantic. I really went for the Capresse Salad my roommate recomended, and found great wine, friendly service, and romantic Atmosfere!!! Angelo the waiter was really nice and helpful with the wine selection, the Tiramisu was a little too creamy (I expected amazing) I will totally go back but I would love it if they took credit card... my date had to walk to the closest ATM, we didn't know it was a cash only (oops!) But definitely worth it.
A truly romantic night spot!. This is by far one of my favorite spots in NYC. I have been here time and again, and never dissapointed. My one complaint is that the service can be a bit slow, but I tend to use this as an excuse to savor the rustic candlelit atmosphere and savor my wine. The cheese and italian cold cuts plate for two is awesome, the olives are great, and the panini and salds the best. My personal favorite is the mozzarella and tomato caprese- I've never tasted better mozarella in my life. a real gem!
i've been there again on friday after a long time and i forgot how brilliant this place is. i got there at around 10 and place was still crowded, so we started at the bar with a glass of prosecco. the waiter was really nice chatting with us while he was hand washing the gorgeous wine glasses. he explained us that he has been working there since the beginning and that he just loves working there because it reminds him of italy..... i was just stunned by his genuine simple view of the place.... just like home he said.
matter of fact beig there was like having a round trip to italy...pnly a very short one.
it's all about the vibe!!!
when we sat at the big communal table i decided to go all the way without thinking to much at my limited budget and so i ordered a bottle of very fine aglianico from southern italy. while opening the bottle the same waiter from before told us that they mark up that bottle less than anyone else just because they love that wine (isn't that crazy!!!)
anyhow the food was really amazing my friend took a special pasta dish and a salad and i just loved the special cheese platter and the meat platter....perfect match with my wine.
honestly the bill was 90 dollars and we left 140 on the table....just because that night was food for our souls!!
thank you again diego
Sardinia in Williamsburg. This is my favorite restaurant, period. Whenever I go to DOC I have a fantastic time. It's like home away from home. However, it's not for everyone. The menu is limited to very simple Sardinian specialties. They offer about 40 wines, but they're all Italian. You won't find a California pinot among them. But if you want to experience a relaxed, friendly staff serving unusual and rustic regional dishes then this is the place for you. Some of my favorites: the daily pastas are delicious. Try the pistokku bresaola or the anchovy crostini. Very often they have great specials, like the lasagna or the venison pate crostini. And the special cheese course is delicious as well (love that truffle cheese!) Have a glass of cannonau and don't forget the tirimisu, it's the best I've ever had, and I'm not a huge tirimisu fan, either. Basically it's a lot like what I imagine an italian village restaurant must be like, with a few Williamsburg hipsters tossed in. It's best for groups of 6 or fewer, but they can accomodate larger groups (maybe up to 12) at their big table in the back. The whole restaurant is pretty small, but they are planning an expansion in the fall so they should be better at taking groups.
Fantastic, they have even improved with age! I can't wait to go back again and again...
Best wine in the Best city.
Even after all of their positive press, D.O.C. continues to offer great service and a neighborhood feel. The food and wine are still among the best in the city as well, with freshness and quality at the forefront. The total package.
I'm over the moon for this restaurant ! It's worth take the subway from manhattan I've loved their vibrant food for years.....and now, I can sit in the sun and relish their delightfully delicious talliere . Wow !!! The sun and the moon...D.O.C.
2 out of three aint bad. i've been here 3 times. the first two times were absolutely perfect. the 3rd however, the waiter forgot to put in our order for food and we ended up waiting an hour for them (b/c they were really busy). they did comp us a dessert and glass of dessert wine however. i will go back b/c i love the atmosphere and food so much. perhaps try going on an off night when it is not so packed.
Rustic, simple and satisfying Italian eats and affordable wines on a sweet corner in Williamsburg..
Dim lighting, rustic wood tables and endearing details, like handprinted menus held together with wooden spoons, invite intimacy at this cozy Sardinian wine bar. Small groups of friends and romantic couples find comfort in the restaurant's down-to-earth air and bustling pace.
It's heaven for bread, cheese and cured-meat lovers. Assorted platters offer a chance to nibble on antipasti and salami; add a fresh salad of arugula, Parmesan and shaved fennel to contrast. Don't miss crostoni topped with chicken liver pâté. The tiramisu just might restore your faith in this ubiquitous dessert.
Very nice spot for a date, but bring some loot.. Sitting on the corner of Nth 7th and Whythe, D.O.C Wine Bar is an exceptionally cozy little spot. The array of vino is impressive and they offer some delectable dishes. It's a tad pricy though; a decent bottle of wine and a platter of cheese and meats set us back $60 incl tip.
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